This is a small cafe (Kedai) selling Malaysian food.
It is very authentic and the aroma is so very reminiscence of food shops of Malaysia.
The only complaint I have and always had is this new server there kept pushing you to decide what you wanted to eat from the glass servery. She was very pushy. A customer has to see the curries etc to decide and not select something because of the pushyness from the server. Example, if a small serve of Biryani or plain rice was requested, by the time your plate was filled you ended up with a large meal instead of a small one. So be forewarned.
The Biryani was Malaysian style minus the meat. One had to choose what curry you wanted with it. Unlike the Indian Biryani where rice and meat was cooked together.
There were many other Indian snacks, like vadai and Malaysian Meehoon as well.
I like the food very much.
Price wise it depends on small or big serve. But I don't think it will cost more than $15.
I was treated to lunch here so can only guess from past experience.
I am not sure if the vadai was only sold on weekends as part of breakfast. Pays to check.
Overall, an enjoyable meal.
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